Treat your father on his day to this special whisky
Share with your father this moment of tasting pleasure with the remarkable accents of plums. The 1991 Glenmorangie Grand Vintage is a special launch for the fourth edition of the exclusive “Bond House No.1” collection.
This 26-year-old whisky with its surprising blend and remarkable roundness contrasts two whiskies, one matured in Oloroso sherry casks for sweetness and spices, and the other in Burgundy wine casks for truffle notes and earthy character. “The combination of two such different whiskies is at the very least a departure from tradition, and this is one of the reasons why I decided to combine them. The result is a Single Malt with a plum-rich character, intense, mellow aromas, and notes of ripe fruit and milk chocolate.” Explains Bill Lumsden, Master Distiller.
An opportunity to enjoy an original and very rare blend, because this vintage is one of the rarest vintages of the Glenmorangie distillery.
TASTING NOTES GREAT VINTAGE MALT 1991
A round and deep aromatic profile, with rich notes of apricot, plum and roasted apple. Then comes chocolate, enhanced by discreet notes of oak, truffle and star anise.
A peppery palate precedes more fruity notes where apples, plums, cherries and ripe raspberries, coated with milk chocolate, blend together.
Accents of citrus fruits, a signature of Glenmorangie, are followed by aromas of oak, fruit and sweet spices.
Don’t drink and drive. Enjoy responsibly.
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